Picture your favourite chocolate treat. The brand, the packaging – and sometimes the shape of it – will no doubt come to mind. This is the idea. Even if it looks like a Kit Kat, it might not be. The European Court of Justice has thrown out an appeal by the chocolate bar's maker, Nestlé.
Quick, what chocolate treat is best described as a four-fingered wafer shape? If you're not Norwegian, then a Kit Kat mostly likely came to mind. Even if it looks like a Kit Kat, it might not be. The European Court of Justice has thrown out an appeal by the chocolate bar's maker, Nestlé.
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Regulation (EC) No / — Article 7(3) — Evidence of distinctive character acquired through use. Joined Cases C/17 P, C/17 P and C/ 17 P. In Joined Cases C‑84/17 P, C‑85/17 P and C‑95/17 P,. THREE APPEALS under Article 56 of the Statute of the Court of Justice of the European Union, brought.
Jul 25, KitKat makers Nestlé just lost a wild, year legal battle to dominate the chocolate market in Europe after losing an argument about its shape. Jul 26, After a year legal battle to trademark the shape of the Kit Kat bar, the court confirmed a lower tribunal's decision to annul Nestle's claim.
Kit Kat is a chocolate-covered wafer bar confection created by Rowntree's of York , United . Throughout the decade, Kit Kat introduced dozens of flavours and line extensions within specific consumer markets. It celebrated its 75th anniversary. The origin of the name. The Kit Kat name originates from the late 17th century in London, when a literary club met at a pie shop owned by pastry chef.